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A survey conducted by laser manufacturer Cynosure has suggested that the majority of consumers are eager to resume treatments after lockdown, with 85% of global respondents indicating they plan to return to aesthetic treatments within 12 months of restrictions being lifted, and 63% saying they would be willing to return to practices within three months of restrictions being lifted.
Clinic management system Aesthetic Nurse Software has introduced a new online feature which allows clinics to send forms directly to patients via email, prior to their appointment.
CCR will be one of the first conferences in the UK to be held since March following the UK Government’s recent announcement allowing business events, conferences and events centres to reopen from October 1.
The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) has reported an increase in demand of 60-70% for virtual consultations, but urges patients and surgeons not to place convenience over safety.
A new survey conducted by aesthetic dentist Dr Yiannis Valilas, owner of the Antiwrinkle Clinic in London, has revelaed that 70% of 20 participants said that they had seen an increase of lines and wrinkles during lockdown, and more than 50% said they believed they now looked more tired.
Cosmeceutical company Skinbrands has partnered with skincare manufacturer Medik8 to help produce support packages for aesthetic businesses, which will include free PPE and a 20% discount for Medik8 orders.
UK aesthetic product distributor Harpar Grace has donated a total of 540 iS Clinical products, worth more than £8,500, to NHS frontline workers across the country.
The British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) has released statistics indicating that during COVID-19, 59% of healthcare workers seen in occupational skin disease clinics have been affected by irritant contact dermatitis, due to increased PPE use and frequent hand washing.
A new survey has shed light on the significant impact of COVID-19, with 49% of aesthetic practitioners reporting that they risk going out of business as a result of the pandemic.